fáltach

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adj o-ā as npr. m.: eapscob na Midhe .i. an Faltach FM iv 672.14 (= De Valle or Walle, Harris's Ware 147 ). fál .i. fánaidh isin Berla, ut est: Fáltai[gh], Ériu xiii 82 § 303 = O'Dav. 1018 (where Stokes's note is to be deleted).

fáltaige

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x see fál-tech s.v. 1 fál.

faltanas

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x see foltanas.

fament

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n m. (Lat. pavimentum) pavement: f.¤ ina halladaib, Maund. 195 (paigimeint v.l.). See fáigimint.

fán

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Forms: fain, fanu, fanu, F., fanlige, fanmothair

n o,m. IGT, Decl. § 96 . g s. fain RC xliii 38 § 37 (B. Lism.). a p. fanu LL 187b52 . A slope, declivity, depression, hollow: fan ... i vallis , O'Mulc. 489 . etir fán ┐ ardd both valley and height Ml 140a2 . fo fán `down a slope' Hy v 55 . f.¤ na n-ech, ... f.¤ na fuine `the slope of the horses ... of the cooking' Met. Dinds. iii 24.309 (divisions of a town at fair-time). lind ... Féic ... méraid hi fán rátha ríg, Met. Dinds. ii 10 = LU 4136 . tocbais a lummain ... i fán a dá gualand, Aisl. MC 43.16 . folt ... co f.¤ a chulad nape of the neck LL 266a1 ( MU² 532 ). ar f.¤ na bathaisi the occiput 23 K 42, 417.20 . Fig.: hUí Neill gan righe rurech, acht a mbeith fo fhan echtrand `under the wretched rule of strangers (?)' BNnÉ 305.24 . As adj.: uamnach cech cintach, f.¤ cech aithisech `every reviler is precipitate' Tec. Corm. § 15.19 . pl. i fanu folerbad `into the slopes of death' RC xxvi 28 § 107 (= Rawl. 109b16 ). i fánaib, i réidib, Trip. 216.26 . co ngabad in caithchris sin do o fanaib a arann co hard a formna `from the slopes of his kidneys' (i.e. the loins) CCath. 4685 . i f.¤ laid low, prostrated: dindgnai Herenn ... a mbith i fás ┐ i f.¤ prostrate LL 150a2 . do cuir [in mucc] ... daoine i f.¤ overthrew Fianaig. 54.22 . as mó do cuir meisi hi ffán what chiefly brought me low ZCP x 32.19 . biaidh B. i ffán BNnÉ 307.28 . tuitim i ffan a fall headlong Anecd. ii 40.3 . san bhfán = in imo TSh. 10656 . AR [ = FOR] (I, LE, RE) F.¤ astray, wandering (as a vagrant or exile), cast away, deso- late: fotracbad ar f.¤ thou wast left desolate PRIA iii 546 ( LL 147a5 ). ar f.¤ ┐ ar fiarlaoid, TSh. 2522 . a seoladh ... i bhfán tar tonnaibh Clíodhna, Keat. Poems 60 . dochím ... ruaig ár dtréan re fán our champions driven into exile Hackett xix 26 . Cf. cēn gair cech fān imthēit lēn sooner or later every wandering comes to grief Ériu ix 48 § 23 (= LL 147b45 ). Compds.: With adj. ¤fota longbacked (?) (epithet of a charioteer): ara ... forseng fánfota LU 9274.10232 . With subst.: ¤fid: ré fíodhbhadh fáinḟeadha `a forest of sloping wood' Todd Lect. iv 94.4 . ¤glenn a hollow, dale: etir feda is fánglenna, Met. Dinds. iii 426 . a fedhaib ┐ hi fanglennaib, Dinds. 103 . o gach fáinghlenn diaroile, Buile S. 62.7 . co rainic fanglenn mór bai ind eitermedon an muighe, CCath. 3071 . ás ḟánglentaib na ciach above the hollows (undulations) of the mist TBC 5060 (= ós fántaibh, St). hi ffedhaibh ┐ hi ffáinghlenntoibh FM vi 2342 . ¤lige trough, groove (?): a p. fanlige, gl. valliculas ( Levit. xiv 37 ) Thes. i 1.14 ; 2.34 . ¤mothar: n p. fanmothair Glenna B. `sloping jungles (?)' CCath. 4764 . Cf. fánaid.

fanaid

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x see anaid.

fánaid

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Forms: fánuidh, -adh, fánta, fántadh, fánaid

n f. (fán, Studia Celtica Upsaliensia vi 37 ). fánuidh f., (g s. -adh; pl. fánta, g p. fántadh) IGT, Decl. § 4 . A declivity, descent, depression: cia suides a fantu LU 9307 = saigis a bfantai (fanatu v.l.), Anecd. iii 52 . conacca in tromchiaich ro lin na glendu ┐ na fantu TBC² 3110 . go ro lina grian glenta ┐ fanta TBC 5821 . barrallsam a tilcha ... co failet ina fántaib so that they are valleys 5015 . cuiridh na tulcha isna fantaib corop tir `cast the hills into the hollows that they may be (level) land' RC ix 16.11 . corbo snām dona heachaib ... a fantaib in muighe xviii 151.1 . nochar teith d'fānaigh na dh'ard ZCP viii 228.6 . i n-ard ná i bhfánaidh `on hill or vale' A. O'Dálaigh liv 1 . Fig.: as é an t-ard ó Héibhir | Tadhg is ní hé an ḟánaidh (i.e. no degenerate scion) IGT, Decl. ex. 249 . In phr. re (le) fánaid downwards: re fánuigh headlong, into a precipice Kirk = Eg. Gl. 314 . is ré fánaidh thiaghar ó Ierusalem sair connuici an Indía in going eastwards ... one descends Maund. 156 . tuitfeamaoid ré fánaidh amhail na huisgeadha, TSh. 49 ( ii Reg. xiv 14 ). go dteilgthear ré f.¤ i n-ifreann iad TSh. 4305 . re heas abhann fhuaduighthear lé f.¤ 7608 . fuair an ḟéile céim re f.¤ hospitality got a set-back, fell away Keat. Poems 494 . Cf. beiridh céim fir re f.¤ IGT, Decl. ex. 250 . ag dul ré fánaigh go glenn na ndemhan, MacAingil 92.4 .

Cf. fán.

fanamait

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x see fonamait.

fand

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Forms: Faind, Fainde, Fainne

n ā,f. a tear: as npr.: Fand ingen Áeda Abrat (explained: Fand iarom ainm na dére ... Aed Abrat = fire of eyelash i.e. eye, pupil). LU 3376 ( SC 17 ). a d s. Faind LU 3314 . 3339 . g s. Fainde 3373 . Fainne 3755 . niamlestar Fainde ingine Flidis, Dinds. 55 = Fainne Flidais, Met. Dinds. iii 260.16 .

fang

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Forms: f., faiṅg, faind

n o,m. (cf. W. gwanc `voracity' RC xxxv 91 ) a raven: fang (.i. fiac[h]) fias ficht frecolla KZ xxxiii 82.85 . BB 378b13 (not glossed). f.¤ .i. fiach, Corm. Y 642 . g s. forbratt faiṅg TBC 2530 = faind LU 6388 (.i. brat fiaich no ar dath an fiaich, O'Cl. s. faing no fang .i. fiach).

1 fann

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n a postern, back-door: gl. postica Sg 217b7 .